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Thursday, 26 March 2009


Looking good at the start... ...may do this one-legged...
The supporters wait patiently.... ...there she was...gone...too fast for the camera! Nic completed the Bath Half Mararthon in 2Hr 13m and raised £190 for the RNLI and £85 for the Boom Shewula Wula charity for aids orphans in Swaziland, which the girls have been involved with since their days on the International Baccalaureate at Truro College. Well done Nic and Lorna!

Tuesday, 24 March 2009


If we can't accommodate you, or you prefer a more traditional roof and four walls for your stay in West Cornwall, why not try this holiday let:
Kenidjack View is situated on the outskirts of St Just with views over the north coast, The property is 2 minutes walk from the centre of St Just boasting pubs, restaurants and shops, perfect for coastal walks, 5 mins drive from Cape Cornwall golf club, swimming pool and fitness club, 10 mins drive from Sennen Beach. In general the accommodation is perfectly situated and equipped for a wonderful family holiday.
Accommodation comprises:- One double bedroom,with cot if needed. One twin bedroom, large wardrobe and chest of draws. Bathroom with shower cubical, toilet and basin. Lounge with three piece suite, widescreen TV and DVD player. Well-equipped kitchen-diner with cooker, fridge, washing machine, microwave, toaster, kettle, ironing board, hoover, highchair.
Sunlounge with bed settee and extra seating, leading to large decked area with table and chairs perfect for watching the sunset. Also large lawned area safe for children. The property is owned by the Trembaths who are good friends of Lower Treave and operate a Friday changeover. Full details are on

Sunday, 22 March 2009


The new tracks get some rock 'n' roll treatment.
Spring is in the air.
Should have been in the Duke of Yorks...up and down the hill all day!
Peeking through the daffs.
The tricky high speed 'Gents Corner' leading into the 'Bellamy Chicane'.
Out into the Lower Treave you just have to like don't have to lump it.


Probably the only person we would let loose with a back hoe next to a brand new caravan, John Nankervis has resurfaced all the tracks on the park. ...bound to be a good summer now! .


For those of you travelling with a TV this year, don't forget that digital switchover is happening at different times around the country. For us in West Cornwall, Switchover Stage One is on 8 July and Stage Two on 5 August. So if you are bringing a TV with you on holiday this summer, make sure that it is a digital TV or pack the set top box and bring that along too. If you have booked into one of our holiday caravans, they are all equipped with digital TV/DVD and we will do all the retuning for you on the appropriate dates. If you want more information go to ; our transmitter is Redruth.
Alternatively, leave the TV at home because we are going to have a great summer, spend all day on the beach and the evenings around the BBQ... trust me...I've seen the long range's fantastic!

Thursday, 19 March 2009



There's lots of timber and five decks and steps to make. Em has a GCSE in woodwork and takes the supervisory role. Jake knows the drill.
Nearly finished.
Jake takes a well-earned break.

Thursday, 5 March 2009


Remember last years competition...well done...because I had forgotten to announce the result! AND THE WINNER IS.... Callum Coleman Well done Callum, you got the highest score and you win a £30 voucher to be used against your site fees next time you visit Lower Treave.


Enjoy your pasty!